A man stands next to cars damaged by an air strike in Amran, Yemen June 25, 2018. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah
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Eight Hezbollah fighters were killed in overnight missile strikes late Sunday in Yemen, the Arab-led coalition announced Monday.But a Hezbollah source neither confirmed nor denied the claim. It was the first official announcement by the coalition of Hezbollah fighters being killed in Yemen, although Maliki told AFP it was "not the first time".The Houthis fired missiles at the Saudi capital late Sunday, escalating tensions ahead of a visit by the United Nations envoy to Yemen this week to try to avert a military assault on the country's main port city.Coalition-backed forces seized Hudaida airport last week and have been consolidating their hold in the area as more Houthi fighters, many armed with AK-47 assault rifles, were deployed in the city and around the port.
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